Abstract: A utility multi-function tray attachment for children's high chairs that provides an integrated insert retainment and display area for electronic entertainment computer based devices of tablet configurations. The tray has a perimeter lip formed thereon with a tray top surface having a transparent waterproof viewing and activation surface window for display and activation of a computer tablet selectively inserted into and retained in the tray. Chair adapted receiving brackets on said tray bottom provide for universal engagement and a pair of folding deployable legs provide for dependent and independent tray use with a variety of high chair designs.
Abstract: A work table having removably attachable support members extending between opposing frame members and a tool guide retention member extending along at least a portion of the frame. The work table may be collapsible. The tool guide retention member may be defined by a channel extending along at least a portion of the frame member. In turn, tool guides may be attached to the frame using the tool guide retention member. As such, various guides for various operations to be performed on a work piece may be provided. The work piece may be indexed using indexing members or may be clamplingly engaged to the work table.
Abstract: A support frame for a modular lectern is assembled together with a top board, a bottom board and a divider board to form the modular lectern and is provided with a main board, a first connecting member and a second connecting member, wherein the parts of the support frame of are locked together in a tongue and groove manner, and can be disassembled into the three main parts: the main board, the first connecting member and the second connecting member, which can be stacked one upon another together with the top, bottom and divider boards for easy transportation. Furthermore, the top and bottom boards are pivoted to the main board via the first and second connecting portions, so that the top and bottom boards can be folded to further save transportation space.
Abstract: A portable cushion tray includes a cushion coupled to a tray. The tray has a first maximum perimeter. The cushion has a second maximum perimeter. The first maximum perimeter is one of the same as the second maximum perimeter and disposed inside of the second maximum perimeter. The portable cushion tray is used as a furniture accessory and selectively provides each of a pillow and a working surface for use with furniture.
Abstract: A hand truck equipped with a tabletop for providing a work station and a bottom for carrying object(s). The bottom, which has wheels, is connected to a back, which has a handle. Objects are easier to move around because of the wheels and the basic lever system made of the back and bottom. The work station is attached to the back and can be used when the hand truck is upright. This hand truck is convenient because it can be used in environments that lack tables or shelves as a work station without requiring an extra piece of equipment.
Abstract: The invention features a collapsible, portable and elevated camp bed that attaches to any 4-wheel vehicle that has a cargo rack, like an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) or attaches to the tailgate of a Utility Vehicle (UTV) for use in camping or hunting expeditions. As an accessory, the invention can be used as a bed capable of supporting a person. Height adjustable legs will level the surface for sleeping or use as a camping workbench or food prep table. U-shaped arches inserted in each of the four corners will allow a canopy to be added that will provide an enclosed sleeping area or as a place to store camping gear out of the weather. In a collapsed transportation mode, the invention actually expands the loading space of the cargo rack.
Abstract: A workstation comprises a support and a work platform mounted on the support by an articulation mechanism. The articulation mechanism pivots the work platform between a storage position and a deployed position about a pivot axis and raises the pivot axis relative to the support as the work platform moves from the storage position to the deployed position. The workstation comprises a support supporting a flat monitor in a monitor housing having a depth. In the storage position the work platform is located below the monitor and in the deployed position the work platform may be used as a keyboard support and a desk.
January 28, 2011
September 29, 2011
Benjamin Shane Bustle, Jacob Connelly, Robert Grant McRorie
Abstract: This invention provides a stand for a camper that will allow the camper to be used in an elevated position when it is removed from the truck. The stand is to be attached to the bottom of camper. The legs easily fold up to put the camper back on the truck, and fold down when it is off the truck. The legs are designed with axle and angle braces for side-to-side stability, and fold down past the 90-degree angle so the legs will tension the folding braces for front to rear stability. The main frame, which attaches to the camper, is the size of the camper structure that is within the truck box, therefore the stand supports the camper as it would be supported when in the truck box. This stand can be attached as an after market product or could be used as the base for construction of a camper.
Abstract: A storage chest that converts into a table. The storage chest includes a cover that detaches from the storage unit and, when legs are added, converts to a table top. The cover/table top includes grooved slots for holding beverage containers. Table legs are stored within a storage compartment of the storage unit and attach to the table top to form the table. The storage and table unit further includes doors that detach from the storage unit and attach to the cover to form table top extensions. Thus, the storage and table unit conveniently stores and organizes items, and may also be used as a table for supporting food, beverages and other items.
Abstract: A portable cooler caddy includes a cup holder panel. The cooler caddy has a frame and a platform on which is carried a cooler. The platform may further include a support to hold the cooler level when the caddy is in the upright position. The cup holder panel may be releaseably locked into the horizontal position. The cup holder panel has apertures that hold cups that may be used.
Abstract: A portable machine tool such as a table saw that can be moved from position to position and locked in place for operation is disclosed. The portable machine tool includes a supporting base and at least one pair of spaced wheels depending from the supporting base adjacent one end. The wheels are capable of being locked in a fixed position to prevent movement of the saw or release of the wheels to enable movement of the saw to a desired position. A movable handle for movement between a first and second position provides joint operation of the wheel locking and wheel releasing elements.
June 6, 1994
Date of Patent:
January 2, 1996
Emerson Electric Co.
James E. Hilliard, William A. Lane, John W. Bartlett, John W. LaBallister, Frederick B. Jedlicka
Abstract: A multi-purpose hand truck having an elongated frame (1) possessing at one end two wheels (9) as well as toe plate (7) projecting at approximately 90.degree. from the frame, and at the other end possessing a handle arrangement (3); in a further refinement the truck can be converted into a utility table by means of a table top (10) and a support stand (5) which are attached to the frame (1). The table top (10) is on the one hand preferentially pivotably attached to the support stand (5) and on the other hand it pivots and is guided longitudinally in the side members (2) of the frame (1). For this purpose trunnions (14) projecting transversely from the table top (10) engage in grooves (15) on the inner surfaces of the side members (2). When the table top (10) is folded out, the toe plate (7) can be pivoted through the frame (1) into a horizontal position (7") so that its underside faces upwards.
Abstract: A tray for auto passenger compartments, in which a bracket is mounted at one end of a tray member, the bracket received in a slot recess extending into the one end of the tray member. The bracket sections form a hook-shaped portion with an end section adapted to be received into a window recess. The end of the tray is positioned against the door surface when the bracket is hooked to support the tray member, and an in-and-out adjustment of the bracket in the recess slot accommodates differing door configurations. The bracket sections are hinged together to allow folding for storage.
Abstract: A combined portable table and hand truck particularly adapted for use as a picnic or camping table and for transporting picnicing and camping equipment and supplies, includes a table top supported by a pair of hingedly connected U-shaped members, one of which at the outer portions of its legs being hingedly connected to depending portions of the table top and its middle or center portion contacting the ground surface, while the other U-shaped member at the outer portions of its legs supports wheel supporting member and a pair of ground surface-engaging wheels and its middle portion is adapted to abut tubular members serving as stops for positioning the table top in either a raised erected position or a lower erected position.
Abstract: A combination portable dolly and collapsible stool for transporting photography equipment and the like, and for providing an elevated platform for taking photographs. The legs of the stool are pivotally mounted at opposite ends of a rectangular box platform and are braced by members (which may be U-shaped) that are pivotally secured to vertical portions of the stool legs and which have free ends that are secured by a latching means in either extended leg bracing position or in collapsed carrying position.Rollers are mounted on the exterior of the legs adjacent the pivots so that when the legs are collapsed the rollers support the base platform as a dolly. In such collapsed condition, the legs rest within each other and are secured together by an interlocking means.
Abstract: A portable workstand for power tools and the like which is convertible from a tool utilization condition to a portable condition wherein a wheel and a pair of handles extend therefrom for wheelbarrow-like portability. The handles are connected to the wheel in an arrangement such that pivotal movement of the handles from unextended and depending positions to their extended positions moves the wheel from a retracted position within a cavity in the stand to its extended position. A hand brake for the wheel is provided and provision is also made for releasably retaining the handles in their extended positions against inadvertent movement therefrom.